January 5, 2024

Michelin Guide 2024: Courchevel Restaurants Overview

Nestled in the heart of the French Alps, Courchevel is not only a picturesque ski resort but also a …

By Corinne Van Houten

French Alps



Photo Source: Baumanière 1850

Nestled in the heart of the French Alps, Courchevel is not only a picturesque ski resort but also a gastronomic paradise offering amazing dining opportunities, including exceptional Michelin-starred restaurants. Each of these promises a distinctive dining experience and a taste of Alpine excellence. From intimate settings to opulent establishments, these restaurants not only cater to the skiers seeking a thrilling descent but also to those craving an unforgettable journey through the artistry of Michelin-starred cuisine.

Photo Source: Baumanière 1850

Baumanière 1850 *

In the enchanting setting of Hotel Le Strato (Courchevel 1850), Baumanière 1850 seamlessly blends Provençal influences with a Savoie twist. Chef Thomas Prod’Homme, a protégé of L’Oustau de Baumanière in Les Baux-de-Provence, elevates gourmet cuisine, showcasing high-quality seasonal produce.

Photo Source: Le Farçon

Le Farçon *

This culinary gem, adorned with a Michelin star since 2006, graces Courchevel La Tania. Chef Julien Machet, known as the “Savoyard peddler,” meticulously crafts thematic tasting menus, drawing inspiration from the finest produce sourced from Savoy, Piedmont, the Valais, the Bay of Nice, and Sardinia.

Le Sarkara **

For a unique two-star Michelin experience focused on desserts, venture into Le Sarkara at the K2 Palace Hotel in Courchevel 1850. Chef Sébastien Vauxion weaves an extravagant and flavorful journey, complemented by panoramic views over the mountains and Courchevel Valley.

Photo Source: Le Chabichou

Le Chabichou by Stéphane Buron **

Situated in the iconic white chalet of Le Chabichou in Courchevel 1850, this two-star Michelin restaurant helmed by Chef Stéphane Buron shares a passion for Savoie through creative culinary expressions.

Photo Source: Le 1947

Le 1947 à Cheval Blanc ***

Discover the epitome of culinary artistry at Le 1947, located in Hôtel Cheval Blanc in Courchevel 1850. With three Michelin stars, Chef Yannick Alléno crafts a unique twist on contemporary cuisine, offering an intimate atmosphere with just five tables for an unparalleled gourmet experience.

Sylvestre Wahid – Les Grandes Alpes *

Amidst the stunning landscapes of Courchevel 1850, Chef Sylvestre Wahid’s intimate restaurant embraces an Alpine journey, blending French, Swiss, and Italian flavors. With only four tables and an open kitchen concept, the dining experience is a true ode to seasonality, ensuring the finest ingredients at their peak.

In the world of Courchevel’s Michelin-starred dining, each restaurant tells a culinary story that unfolds with every exquisite dish. From the thematic menus of Le Farçon to the dessert-centric brilliance of Le Sarkara, the town offers a gastronomic journey that mirrors the breathtaking scenery surrounding it.

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